Eye movement glasses

In this video, Lisa Kervin (School of Education, University of Wollongong, Australia) discusses the use of eye movement technology in her research with young children in classroom settings.

Kervin’s research group uses the eye movement technology focusing on what they could learn in its practical application in classroom settings, moving away from science of eye movement. They use it to understand children’s reading, particularly when they are silent. They also use it to give feedbacks to children regarding their writing. They are interested in how children make sense of the eye movement data, rather than the data itself.

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